A Diploma in Biblical Studies is awarded to students completing the Two-Year Program.
BIB 201/202 - Epistles I & II: A survey of I Corinthians through Jude with the goal of understanding the message as originally written, as well as applying that message to our lives today.
BIB 204 - Revelation: A verse by verse study of Revelation from a Pre-Millennial perspective will reveal eschatological knowledge and practical truths to be discovered for today.
BIB 211 - Old Testament Survey III: A systematic study of I & II Samuel, I & II Kings, and I & II Chronicles examining what today’s believer can learn from observing God’s dealings with the nation of Israel.
BIB 212 - Old Testament Survey IV: An examination of the Major and Minor Prophets along with the later history of the Kingdom of Judah.
BIB 213/214 - Poetic Books I & II: This two-part course covers the books of Job, Psalms, Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, and Song of Solomon.
BIB 215 - Daniel: Students will gain an understanding of the historic and prophetic portions of this Apocalyptic literature through verse by verse study. They will also seek to gain an understanding of universal applications applicable to God’s people.
LDR 241/243 - Men’s Discipleship I & II: The primary goal of the class is to challenge and equip men to lead others in a manner consistent with the principles of God’s Word.
LDR 243/244 - Women’s Ministry I & II: This course explores what it means to be a godly woman using Scriptural truths, character sketches, personal applications, and testimonies.
LDR 245 - Early Church History: This is a study of the history of the church from its inception recorded in the book of Acts through its first thousand years.
LDR 246 - Modern Church History: This course focuses upon church history from the reformation period to present day. It challenges the student in the realization of their current role in the history and of the future of the church.
MIN 231/232 - Student Ministries III & IV: Believing that the student’s training must go beyond the classroom, full-time students are required to be involved in some type of approved Christian service.
MIN 233 - Personal Evangelism: A study of evangelistic methods, past and present, and how they impact Christian faith and community.
MIN 234 - Missions in Alaska: Students will examine the history and present course of missions among the isolated, native villages of Alaska.
MIN 237/238 - Choir: In this course students learn basic music theory and have practical ministry opportunities as the choir sings in churches, prisons, and shelters.